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Looking Back

Two of the great engineering marvels of the 19th century met in the center of Honesdale, PA. The D&H Canal Company Gravity Railroad from Carbondale met the D&H Canal at the docks, and millions of tons of anthracite coal were loaded onto canal boats for the 104-mile trip to the Hudson River annually between 1828 and 1898.

Narrowsburg News

If you drove on Bridge Street headed toward Main Street this past Saturday evening, you may have been part of a traffic jam as guests gathered at The Union. It was truly a grand event on June 17, with over 350 guests coming to pay tribute to Elaine Giguere, executive director of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance for 40-plus years.

Lake Huntington News

There is no place like home. The traffic this weekend was nuts—it took me almost five hours to go down to queens on Friday and a little over four to come home on Sunday. A lot of people must be visiting their fathers. My dad is in heaven, 23 years this September.

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Jonathan Schiller

Schiller named CRMC CEO

MIDDLETOWN, NY — The Greater Hudson Valley Health System (GH VHS), comprising Catskill Regional Medical Center and Orange Regional Medical Center, has announced the appointment of Jonathan Schiller to the position of CEO of Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC).

Beach Lake Bakery to hold open house

BEACH LAKE, PA — Beach Lake Bakery, 258 Milanville Rd., will be one of 35 bakeries participating in The Bread Bakers Guild of America’s seventh annual Bakery Open House on Saturday, June 24. From 12 noon to 3 p.m., there will be bakery tours, bread molding demonstrations and bread tasting. Light refreshments will be served.

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Caitlan Vill, left, and Katrina Foster

Chick’s Cleaning comes to Milford

MILFORD, PA — Milford residents and long-time best friends, Katrina Foster and Caitlan Vill, announced the opening of Chick’s Cleaning, a residential and commercial cleaning company. Chick’s Cleaning is based in Milford and will operate seven days a week.

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Looking Back

Cochecton Papers I was published July 1977 to commemorate the town of Cochecton’s past and to remind us of a promising future. Lillian Krauss chaired the Cochecton Bicentennial Committee.

Lake Huntington News

I’ve been to Florida two times in the past three weeks. My first trip was to Fort Meyers to hang out with my oldest friend Katie. We always try to do something together; as of this year it’s been 52 years.



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